Career Horoscopes: February 20-27

Actions are louder than words. ~Jaron Overton, Staff Writer~ Aries (March 21 – April 19) Watch what you say. You might want to defend your perspective. Midweek can bring difficulties. A few people might be peeved, but don’t think about this literally. Some issues may lead to a point of emergency or choice. If there’s…

The Giving Bookshelf plants roots in Newport News

New Jersey based non-profit was introduced to the area by sophomore Asia Farmer ~Morgan Barclay, Editor-in-Chief~ “I felt like I was a part of something that was already established and now I’m establishing something myself.” As a member of the President’s Leadership Program, sophomore Asia Farmer felt she could do more to get involved in…

Canvas Coffee House comes to Newport News

Port Warwick’s new independent coffee shop makes a splash ~Anna Dorl, Lifestyle Editor~ Canvas Coffee House opened in Newport News this past Friday, Feb. 15, filling Newport News to the brim with caffeine, conversation and cool decor. The vibes are nothing but good, the environment is relaxing and the coffee is fantastic—what more could you…

President justified in declaring emergency

 This isn’t about fufilling a campign promise, it’s about keeping our country safe  SHAWN FLEETWOODSHAWN.FLEETWOOD.18@CNU.EDU Well the government shutdown is finally over and all is calm again in Washington, right? Right? Wrong. On Jan. 25, President Trump signed a continuing resolution that reopened the government for three weeks till Feb. 15, to allow for a…

Crossing out Crossing

CNU Crossing to be demolished following 2018-19 lease year ~Morgan Barclay, Editor-in-Chief~ CNU Crossing is set to be demolished following graduation at the end of the 2018-19 school year. It is to be replaced with units similar to East Campus the year following. These units are proposed to open in the Fall of 2020 following…

State police, DEA investigate substance

No injuries, ongoing threats reported after incident ~Matthew Scherger, BreakingCNU Editor~ On Feb. 4, 2019, local police and the fire department responded to a report of a suspicious substance on CNU’s campus. The crime log at CNU reported a drug violation, alcohol violation and vandalism charges at CNU Crossing. Of significance, this report mentioned the…

Softball and Baseball season openers

How did the teams do on opening weekend? ~Michael Innacelli, CNUTV Managing Editor & Sports Editor~ The sixth ranked CNU Softball team began their season with mixed results this past weekend. They played a double header on Sunday against the Emory and Henry Wasps. #6 Aubrey Bates began her season on the wrong foot. After…

Students Speak Out

Sophomores explain why they signed to their chosen major during Signing Day on Feb. 5 ~Compiled by Sydney Hernandez, Staff Writer~ “I chose Communication Studies because I have a passion for the area of study. Communication is truly what makes the world go round and being able to understand the fundamentals of verbal and nonverbal…

Mobility towards inclusivity

Council of Diversity and Inclusion hosts open house to discuss diversity on campus ~Anna Dorl, Lifestyle Editor~ On Wednesday, Jan. 23, the Christopher Newport community gathered to discuss, understand and celebrate the policies of diversity and inclusion put into place to make CNU a more understanding campus and a better environment for all. The Council…

For God’s sake vaccinate your kids

This public health risk isn’t worth it ~Sydney Hernandez, Staff Writer~ There’s a huge debate over vaccines in today’s world.  With the rapidly growing number of people not vaccinating children, dubbed “anti-vaxxers,”and a spike in diseases easily preventable by vaccines, this conversation isn’t going away. One such disease, measles, has jumped from 120 reported cases…